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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 7, 1879

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M.T. Co. - Arrived - Cossack, Chicago, 19,450 bush. corn; prop. Prussia, Milwaukee, lightened 4,749 bush. wheat; Clara Youell, Toronto, 10,000 bush. wheat; Clinton, Milwaukee, 16,000 bush. wheat; Hoboken, Chicago, 19,289 bush. corn; John T. Mott, Chicago, 19,247 bush. corn; Eliza Frolier, Brighton, 6,205 bush. wheat and 1,300 bush. rye. Cleared - tug Bronson with barges Montreal, 18,780 bush. wheat; Lalonde, 20,000 bush. corn; McCarthy, 15,053 bush. corn; Energy, 13,151 bush. corn; Colborne, 21,693 bush. corn; Star, 19,238 bush. wheat.

Swift's - Called - Spartan from Montreal and Algerian from Hamilton.

K. & M.F. Co. - Arrived - Lewis Ross, Hamilton, 15,000 bush. peas; Westside, Milwaukee, 19,500 bush. corn; Mary Copely, Chicago, 19,334 bush. corn. Cleared in tow of tug Chieftain - barges Princess, 22,600 bush. wheat and corn; Odessa, 15,600 bush. corn; Mona, 15,000 bush. peas; Minnie, 14,000 bush. peas and corn; Alabama, 12,000 bush. peas and corn.

p.3 Daily Boat - Next week the steamers of the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company will commence daily trips east and west. The first boat each way will be on Tuesday morning and evening. There will be no boat on Wednesday morning next week, but they will run regularly afterwards.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 7, 1879